Development of a microclimate system for the container storage of potatoes in an ultra-modern storehouse (intended for 5 000 tons).
“Knysh” Family Farm is a vegetable producer.
Using modern technologies - to maximize the preservation of potato marketability and weight until June.
Create a four-section storage with centralized automatic control and the automated operation of the ventilation and mechanical-refrigeration system.
To use aspiration-system technology.
To use refrigerants that were specially designed for vegetable storage.
The chambers are equipped with a high-pressure humidification system.
Design engineers and the construction department were in charge of the project, as well as company specialists in the area of ventilation and cooling equipment.
Due to a spike in potato prices, the client decided to have one of the sections equipped with a mechanical refrigeration system in February. Delivery was made within a tight turnaround time. The equipment was installed when potatoes were already inside the storage room.
The refrigeration equipment was assembled on a single frame so that installation work would not take up too much space.
Our cooperation is ongoing. The next storage phases are to be released soon.